Real Estate and Redaction Rules
What is redaction, and why does it matter in real estate? Redaction is the term that describes the removal of some content from records, media, video, or other data to protect privacy. In many transactions, especially financial ones, both the buyer and seller give a great deal of information to the transaction, including personally identifiable information (PII). Regardless of the type of transaction, PII is defined as “any information that can be used to distinguish or trace an individual’s identity, such as name, social security number, date, and place of birth, mother’s maiden name, or biometric records; and any other information that is linked or linkable to an individual, such as medical, educational, financial, and employment information.”
What Information Should Be Redacted from Medical Records?
Data Privacy in healthcare has become a hot button issue in the news lately, especially with firms such as Facebook coming under increasing scrutiny in the aftermath of the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Did you know, according to recent legislation, patients or their legal representatives have the right to request access to their medical records?
The True Cost of Failing to Redact Properly
To redact is to edit or prepare something for publishing. It sounds simple, but it is much more than putting black boxes over information or blurring a face. Redaction is not just removing the ability to read or view the data; it is the act of eliminating all traces that the information ever existed in the first place.In today’s post, we’ll explain what redaction is, when redaction is required by the law, when and how to redact, and how redaction benefits your organization.
What to Look for in a Video Redaction Software
Choosing the right video redaction software that fits the bill is vital for the credibility of the police department and the safety of the citizens. An efficient video redaction takes away all the privacy concerns of the public and makes police work a bit easier.
The Power of Machine Learning in Automated Video Redaction
The power of the algorithms now used in machine learning have greatly improved automated video redaction to the point that it is easy to use and effectively relieves some of the costs involved in obscuring personally identifying information.
Video Redaction and Police Transparency
The citizens trust the police to protect and serve them without infringing on their private lives as their job entails. That is why adopting BWC technology warrants extra care and attention in the form of competent video redaction software to ensure that the police department stays within its jurisdiction while carrying out their duties